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Patti's 1880's Settlement, Grand Rivers

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4/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • We stayed at a very nice b&b nearby and this was their recommendation for dinner. I will first say there were very few choices. With that in mind, this might be the best choice, but it isn't a place t...  read more »
  • What I expected: A vintage town with maybe people walking around in costume and activities of the era, a picture of life in the 1880s... What we got: A tourist trap of aging -- but certainly not vinta...  read more »
  • Why I love playing miniature golf at Patti's is a baffling question for me. I have played countless games with my husband here (as well as many other venues), but I must say this is course is in my to...  read more »
  • We loved the pork chops and it was fun seeing the animals. It is not cheap, but the food, service and atmosphere is worth it.
  • Me and my fiance went to pattis for his birthday. Made a reservation and no mention was made of his birthday so I had to ask for the complimentary mini pie we were supposed to have received even though I saw on the ticket it plainly stated "birthday". Now the meal was a whole other story. Gnats were completely swarming our table. They were on the lamp, flying through the air,and one landed in the side salad I had ordered and couldn't even finish. It was so bad we had to leave with the other food we ordered before that was contaminated too. We paid $72 for a meal we couldn't enjoy. If gnats are flying around like that it makes me wonder what's attracting them. I hope the health department pays them a visit and NO I won't come back.
  • My wife and I have come here since 2012 at least 1 time a year. Usually around Thanksgiving or Christmas times our 3 kids can see the lights. It is always great service and amazing food, pork chops, strawberry butter and flowerpot bread, best mozzarella sticks in the world, great fried pickles, sweet anniversary and bday songs they sing with dessert, steak and burgers were excellent. Never a bad experience food or service wise. We got a quiet area tonight and with kids it is not that good of an idea. I do recommend requesting the loudest or kid friendliest seating area for toddlers when reserving a table. Or go to the bills side with everything the same but probably a little better if you have loud ones. We got a few dirty looks tonight bc our terrible 1 year old screamed and squealed some during the quiet meal in the small room we were in.
  • Pork chop and loaded potatoe best in the world.. Wait times can be long so if you can make a reservation. But if you can't expect a 1 hour wait most weekends. But you can walk around the settlement while you wait. Undoubtedly worth the wait.
  • IT'S NOT THE SAME ANYMORE I have traveled with my family since 2009 from Nashville TN. We have had over 10 dinners with 2 to 6 adults and 3 group lunch parties with over 20 guests each time. I wanted to call and report our last visit (April 2015) but I just did not believe it would help. When I took my experiance to the dining room manager, she just said I'm sorry. That's it. As you will read, over half my meal was not put in a takeout but thrown away. The signiture bread in the planter pot was not fresh and it is no longer part of the free appetizer ! They now charge you for each one!!! And they are not cheep. Found out when we got the bill. SERIOUSLY, THAT IS NOT THE WAY TO INCREASE PROFITS. It's bread, the least expensive item after water and for what use to be free they charge you without informing you!!! Everyone in the group was there the year before and said this visit was very disapointing. All the food came out at different intervals with my large bacon burger coming out LAST!!! I was served 40 minutes after ordering and over half the group was almost done . I filled up on the bread so by the time I was served I could not possibly eat everything. I move my meal to the side and the granddaughters come around with thier handmade cards. Well I'm opening up gifts and moved my plates to the side. I did not see the waitress takes my food away. My daughter asked if I was finished so I asked the waitress, when she came back out, if she put that in a take out. "No, I threw it away" I just looked at her with a perplexed face, she did not even apologize. More than half my burger, plate of onion rings , my fries and macaroni salad lunch was GONE I honestly just opened two tickets for The Who at the Bridgestone arena, Nashville so it was kind of hard to make a fuss at that moment. I thought, I'll just take this up with management since Bambi was clueless about table service. We did not stay for desert. I use to not care how much it cost and I paid for everyone's meal, even on my birthday dinners. The food and service was always worth the cost, but not this time. I always tipped 20% and added to the gratuity during the group dinners. I did not add a dime to that visit. Patti's 1880 Settlement is no longer worth the 100 mile drive.
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